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STRUCTURED CABLING

DTIL 101 – NETWORK CABLING SPECIALIST

The foundation of every successful, reliable and exceptional network begins with solid network infrastructure. This is why at Delmi Training Institute, we ensure that we train our students with the highest standards to ensure that upon graduating from our program they are in a position to design and implement a solid network infrastructure which business communications can trust.

AN INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURED CABLING

Within the five days typical to our courses, we ensure that each of our students is able to undertake the installation task and to deliver the highest caliber work while following the latest industry standards. The network cabling program is highly suggested for anyone with no prior knowledge of the cabling world and those willing to refresh their skills in the field of structured cabling and network maintenance for Data, voice and video applications. If you think this is a right fit for you, why not join us in making you career path a successful one and remember if you require additional information, we will be glad to reach out to you at your convenience.

Course Details

DTIL 101 – INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK CABLING

Course Duration – 5 Days
Course Cost – $1899.99+HST


Certification: Network Cabling Specialist


Pre-requisite: NONE –Introduction to Structured Cabling

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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TOOLS PROVIDED
TRAINING MATERIAL
OBJECTIVES
CONCLUSION

Tools Provided


  • Tool Case
  • Wire Toner
  • RJ45/RJ11 8p/6p Crimper
  • Lineman’s Scissors
  • Coaxial Cable Stripping Tool
  • Coaxial Cable Crimper
  • 110 Punch Down Tools
  • BIX Punch Down Tools
  • 66 Punch Down Tools
  • Cross-Connect removal tool/hook
  • RJ-45/Coaxial Continuity Tester
  • 4-wire modular adaptor
  • Fluke UTP/STP Cable stripper

STUDENT TRAINING MATERIAL:

  • Various Coax and UTP cable samples
  • RJ45, RG-6, RG-59 connectors
  • Various jacks (Cat 5e, Cat 6) and wall plates
  • BIX punch down block segment
  • 110 Punch down patch panels
  • BIX patch panels
  • Various Coax and UTP cable samples
  • RJ45, RG-6, RG-59 connectors
  • Various jacks (Cat 5e, Cat 6) and wall plates
  • BIX punch down block segment
  • 110 Punch down patch panels
  • BIX patch panels
To explain and/or demonstrate an understanding of the following Network Cabling Components.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Cable Media types
  • Network Topologies
  • Types of Twisted Pair Cabling
  • Types of Coaxial Cable
  • Types of Fiber Cables
  • Signal Propagation and Bandwidth Requirements
  • Network Cabling Tools
  • Installing Network Cabling
  • Understanding Plenum Spaces
  • Terminating Twisted Pair Cabling
  • Terminating Coaxial Cables
  • Understanding Labelling Schemes
  • Cable Support systems
  • Entrance Facilities
  • Horizontal and Backbone cables
  • Understanding 110/BIX and 66 Blocks
  • Racking and Cabinets
  • Performing a Site Survey
  • Reading and Interpreting Blue Prints
  • Jobsite Safety
  • Legislations, Standards and Governing bodies
  • Tricks of the trade
  • Estimating
At the end of the course, students will be able to demonstrate their ability to:

COURSE CONCLUSION

  • Identify Network Cabling types
  • Prepare coaxial and twisted pair cable for installation
  • Install and fish cabling within most scenarios
  • Terminate cables utilizing different types of connectors and Jacks
  • Terminate UTP Cables on patch panels and BIX blocks
  • Create straight–through and crossover cables
  • Test, certify and Label
  • Troubleshoot network cable problems
  • Read and interpret blue prints
  • Understand and adhere to the different building codes
  • Provide an estimate for a cabling job

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